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of Bagby Works, Leicester Place, Leeds. (1922) Gas Lighting Engineers
of Leeds 2 and Grand Buildings, Trafalgar Square, London. Telephone: Leeds 20981. Telegraphic Address: "Bray, Leeds". (1937)
1863 Company founded.
1870 Listed under "Gas Meter and Stove Manufacturers"
1903 Private company.
1922 Employees: 1,200. Chairman: Arthur Bray. Director: George Bray. Products: Gas burners, flat flame and incandescent for use with coal gas, acetylene burners, petrol air burners, porcelain insulators.
1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Electric Heaters and Refractory Insulators, industrial, traction, marine, domestic. Boiling Plates, Immersion Heaters, Strip and Ring Elements, Oil Preheaters, Radiators, etc. Firebars, Plain and Screwed Refractory Tubes, Rods, Bushes, etc. (Stand No. Cb.405) 
1955 Advert on this page for Electric Car Engine Heater. 
1961 Engineers, manufacturing electric heating elements, electric air and oil heaters, electric immersion heaters, car engine heaters and special electric heaters; jets and burners for coal gas, LP gas, butane and natural gas; electro-ceramic insulators and light precision engineering. 1,000 employees. 
1965 Patent - Improvements in or relating to gas jets or burners.